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Lomography Has Launched A 40 Reusable Underwater Film Camera

Analogue Aqua is the latest camera to be released by Lomography and it comes with an underwater case so you can capture watery-themed images on film.

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Analogue Aqua

The Analogue Aqua is a new version of the Lomography Simple Use Reloadable Camera that comes with an underwater case so you can capture images with Colour Negative 400 film at depths down to 10m. It's lightweight, pocket-sized and includes 3 colour gel flash filters that are designed to be used with the in-built flash. 


Once users have shot their first film, which the camera comes preloaded with, they can remove the camera from the housing and pop another preloaded Lomography Simple Use Reloadable Camera back in or, to save money/prevent waste, they can opt to keep the same camera and reload it with 35mm film. 

Analogue Aqua Camera Specs:

  • Film Format: 35 mm
  • Lens Focal Length: 31mm
  • Shutter Speed: 1/120s
  • Aperture: f/9
  • Focusing: 1m to Infinity
  • Flash: Built-in Flash
  • Battery: 1 x AA Battery
  • Dimensions (mm): 115 x 60 x 33
  • Preloaded with Color Negative 400 Film


Availability & Pricing 

The Analogue Aqua is priced at £37.90 and comes preloaded with either Colour Negative 400 film or LomoChrome Purple. The camera will be available at some point during this month (May 2020). 

For more film camera options, have a look at our guide to instant film cameras


Image captured with the Analogue Aqua


Image captured with the Analogue Aqua

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